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Germantown Academy's Julian Moore loved everything about Penn State after prospect camp. The players, coaches, academics, and facilities all fell in line with what the 6-foot-9, 215 pound center was looking for.
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Newly minted Illini head Coach Tim Beckman addressed the issue of the day surrounding his program, and the Big Ten conference in general, the Penn State football roster being re-opened for recruiting.
Beckman took the topic head on with the opening statement in his time at the podium:
“It was brought to our attention by two individuals prior to even any sanctions being granted...
Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema says he has no plans to recruit the players at Penn State.
NCAA sanctions in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal will keep the Nittany Lions out of a bowl game for four years and players are being allowed to transfer to another school and get on the field right away. Penn State coach Bill O'Brien has been working hard to keep the players he has...
What’s going on this afternoon at the plaza where the Joe Paterno statue was located outside Beaver Stadium? Oh, nothing, it’s just being transformed into green space. You see those guys planting the tree? Yeah, that’s where the Paterno statue used to stand. This is Penn State redefining how to wipe away a dark period in a university life.
@JohnLuciew just happened to be in...
“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” (Edmund Burke)
No matter what I read, or who I talk to about the Penn State scandal, my mind keeps coming back to Edmund Burke’s famous words. Historically, Burke is famous for supporting the American Revolution, or at least the cause behind it, and later opposing the French Revolution. None of that...
Penn State coach Bill O'Brien says he doesn't anticipate losing the core of his team, despite the heavy sanctions the NCAA dropped on the Nittany Lions.
Joining his colleagues at Big Ten media day on Thursday, O'Brien said he and his players are ready to push hard against adversity. Penn State is facing plenty of that after the NCAA levied tough penalties on the program...
“Penn State's taken a lot of punches the last six months,” Penn State coach Bill O'Brien said at Big Ten Football Media Days yesterday. “It's time to punch back.” So Senior linebacker Michael Mauti...
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
Two of the most painful penalties for Penn State and all the recent scandals were that Penn State is losing all of their sport scholarships, and players can transfer schools and be eligible at that school right away (were in the past they had to sit out a year). It was surprising to many people [...]
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CHICAGO (AP) -- Penn State coach Bill O'Brien says he doesn't anticipate losing the core of his team, despite the heavy sanctions the NCAA dropped on the Nittany Lions.
Joining his colleagues at Big Ten media day on Thursday, O'Brien said he and his players are ready to push hard against adversity. Penn State is facing plenty of that after the NCAA levied tough penalties...
Penn State's trustees, football team, alumni and fans are not at all happy with the NCAA's tougher-than-tough sanctions against Penn State's football program. How could it have gotten much worse except that the NCAA would have banned football all together?
On Monday the University was slapped with a $60 million fine, a 4-year bowl ban, reduced football scholarships...
During a period where Penn State was expected to lose players, the Nittany Lions added a prospect to their 2012 class with an Arizona linebacker.
When Penn State landed a verbal commitment from Northview High (Century, Florida) cornerback Neiko Robinson, one of the keys in Robinson’s mind was the loyalty the Penn State staff showed him throughout the recruiting process.
See what the Penn State head coach had to say in his opening press conference at Big Ten Media Days in Chicago on Thursday.
The challenges facing Penn State football are nothing compared to what the new coach and his wife have endured in real life. Included is a short video of O'Brien talking about his boys. One has a rare brain disease. The other is "healthy as a horse."